This is ivory glass, not white milk glass, in Anchor Hocking's Hobnail pattern. The Hobnail name actually was used by three different but related pattern made by Anchor Hocking. During the Depression, Hobnail was made in clear, sometimes with red accents, and also in pink. In the 1940s, the Hobnail molds were used for the Moonstone pattern and for a few rare pieces in solid opaque ivory glass (like this one). In the 1950s, there was a much smaller group of Hobnail pieces made in white milk glass. This bowl is 6" wide, 7 3/8" with the handles. It is in the classic Hocking Hobnail design with the rayed base. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
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